Get Your New and Improved Quest Magazine

by ALSN Staff on Tue, 2014-01-14 13:43

MDA re-launches its flagship publication, with a fresh look and the same high-quality content for people living with ALS and other muscle diseases

The Winter 2014 issue of Quest marks a new chapter for MDA’s flagship publication in print. Our goal with this redesign is to provide you, our dedicated readership, with a more contemporary and visually dynamic resource through which to present the research news and broader narratives that matter most to MDA families and supporters and all those affected by neuromuscular disease.

You can still expect the same high-quality, relevant content that you’ve come to expect from Quest. But, we hope that this refreshed look will further advance the MDA mission of educating, engaging and inspiring the MDA community to help fight muscle disease. So tell us what you think (contact info below), and we’ll share responses in the Mailbag department in upcoming issues.

In addition to the the breaking research news articles, blogs and other features about living with ALS that you find on the MDA/ALS Newsmagazine site, Quest provides a wealth of articles about medical and day-to-day care, research analysis, helpful products and devices, social and family issues, inspiring profiles and much more.

To read the magazine in its standard print format, check out the Winter 2014 PDF.

Happy reading!

Note: If you are registered with MDA and didn't receive your printed copy, be sure to contact your local office (800-572-1717) to update your information.

To share your comments and feedback on the new look of the Quest print magazine, write to: Mailbag, 3300 E. Sunrise Drive, Tucson, AZ 85718-3299. Or email letters to with "mailbag" or "letter to the editor" in the subject line.

Letters must be signed and contain a daytime phone number, city and state, and be no more than 250 words. Letters may be edited for space, and some may be run online only.

We look forward to hearing from you!

ALSN Staff
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